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Weekly honors for Brigham Young-Hawaii's Chang

By Star-Advertiser staff

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BYU-Hawaii junior guard Tsung-Hsein "Jet" Chang earned his first weekly conference honor of the season yesterday after helping the Seasiders to a 2-0 week and sole possession of first place in the PacWest men's basketball standings.

Chang had 24 points, including hitting eight of 10 free throws, in the 86-75 victory against Hawaii Pacific. He scored 26 points with nine rebounds in the 85-76 win over Hawaii-Hilo.

Chang leads the conference in scoring (20.6 ppg) and is 26th nationally.

 

MEN'S HONOR ROLL

» Steven Bennett, CU: The senior guard posted a double-double (12 points and 10 rebounds) in the 83-78 win over Hawaii-Hilo.

» Waly Coulibaly, CU: The sophomore guard scored 16 points as the Silverswords beat Hawaii-Hilo.

» Jake Dastrup, BYUH: The junior guard was 10-for-20 on 3-point attempts, averaging 19.5 points in two wins.

» Mamadou Diarra, CU: The junior center led the conference in blocks with seven and scored 15 points with 11 rebounds in the win over the Vulcans.

» Jason Jackson, HPU: The junior post player scored 32 points with 10 rebounds in the loss to the Seasiders.

» Justin Smith, UHH: The senior forward averaged 29.0 points and 9.0 rebounds as the Vulcans dropped two games.

» Marques Whippy, BYUH: The senior guard led the conference in rebounding, averaging 16.5 boards, in two wins for the Seasiders.

 

WOMEN'S HONOR ROLL

» Jazzmin Awa-Williams, HPU: The senior forward out of Konawaena scored 18 points in a 77-69 win over BYU-Hawaii to lift the Sea Warriors into first place atop the PacWest standings. She was 6-for-6 from the field with four rebounds, six assists and four steals.

» Courtney Buster, HPU: The senior center scored 15 points with five assists and a school-record 19 rebounds in the victory over the Seasiders.

» Kirsty Imai, UHH: The sophomore guard out of Waiakea averaged 14 points in a 1-1 week for the Vulcans, hitting five 3-pointers.

» Richelle Rieben, BYUH: The senior guard helped the Seasiders to their first PacWest win, a 72-65 victory over Hawaii-Hilo, scoring 17 points, including five 3-pointers. She averaged 16 points and 4.5 assists as BYUH went 1-1.

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BASKETBALL STATS

MEN
  W L Pct. GB All
BYU-Hawaii 7 1 .875 -- 12-5
Dixie State 5 2 .714 1 1/2 12-5
Chaminade 5 2 .714 1 1/2 12-7
Grand Canyon 5 2 .714 1 1/2 10-7
Hawaii Pacific 5 4 .556 2 1/2 10-11
Hawaii-Hilo 5 5 .500 3 13-8
Dominican 3 7 .300 5 3-17
Academy of Art 2 7 .211 5 1/2 3-16
NDNU 1 8 .125 6 1/2 1-18

Last week
BYU-Hawaii 86, HPU 75
Chaminade 83, Hawaii-Hilo 78
BYU-Hawaii 85, Hawaii-Hilo 76
Dominican 73, Academy of Art 64
Dixie State 70, Grand Canyon 59
Dominican 61, Notre Dame de Namur 58

Scoring

    FB 3FG FT Pts Avg
Chang, BYUH   125 25 73 348 20.5
Smith, UHH   175 0 51 401 19.1
Overton, AAU   122 38 72 351 18.5
Davis, AAU   111 21 56 302 15.9
Bennett, CU   91 19 78 281 14.8
Mollet, NDNU   92 28 56 268 14.1
Wilde, UHH   119 6 52 29 14.1
Ford, NDNU   76 10 92 254 13.4
Whitehead, DSC 67 31 61 227 13.4
Whippy, BYUH   89 3 52 223 13.1
Diarra, CU   96 0 51 243 12.8

Rebounding
  GP Off Def Total Avg.
Whippy, BYUH 17 70 132 202 11.9
Dirra, CU 19 53 130 183 9.6
Wilde, UHH 21 47 121 168 8.0
Smith, UHH 21 53 97 150 7.1
Hayden, AAU 19 34 100 134 7.1
Jackson, HPU 20 45 93 138 6.9
Hanson, CU 17 21 85 106 6.2
Allen, HPU 21 39 90 129 6.1

Field-goal percentage
  GP FB FGA Pct.
Smith, UHH 21 75 299 .585
Diarra, CU 19 96 172 558
Larson, Dom 20 92 170 .541
Jones, DSC 17 70 131 .534
Whippy, BYUH 17 89 170 .524
Wilde, UHH 21 119 229 .520
Mollet, NDNU 19 92 185 .497
Hanson, CU 17 67 135 .496
Edwards, HPU 18 83 168 .494
Shipman, UHH 21 75 155 .484

Assists
  GP No. Avg.
Bennett, CU 19 101 5.3
Gameren, BYUH 15 77 5.1
Gipson, UHH 21 101 4.8
Barnes, DSC 17 72 4.1
Speed, GCU 17 63 3.7
Whippy, BYUH 17 57 3.4
Robotham, AAU 19 62 3.3
Chappell, HPU 21 62 3.0
Cole, DSC 17 50 2.9
Fricke, NDNU 19 53 2.8
Shipman, UHH 21 49 2.3

Free-throw percentage
  GP FT FTA Pct.
Carrol, GCU 17 35 37 .946
Chappell, HPU 21 88 103 .854
Speed, GCU 17 35 41 .854
Whitehead, DSC 17 61 72 .847
Ale, BYUH 17 43 52 .827
Storment, NDNU 19 42 53 .792
Ford, NDNU 19 92 119 .773
Haskins, CU 16 34 44 .773

3-Point field-goal percentage
  GP 3FG 3FGA Pct.
James, UHH 21 24 48 .500
Hanson, CU 17 50 110 .455
Plunkett, DSC 16 24 53 .453  
Davis, AAU 19 21 47 .447
Speed, GCU 17 20 46 .435
Witherill, GCU 16 23 57 .404
Dastrup, BYUH 17 46 116 .397
Mollet, NDNU 19 28 71 .394
Coulibaly, CU 19 24 61 .393
Carroll, GCU 17 22 57 .386
Whitehead, DSC 17 32 87 .368
Ale, BYUH 17 29 82 .354

3-point field goals
50: Hanson, CU. 46: Dastrup, BYUH. 38: Overton, AAU. 35: Snel, UHH. 32: Whitehead, DSC. 29: Ale, BYUH.
Steals
52: Whippy, BYUH. 32: Gipson, UHH. 22: Speed, GCU; Allen, HPU. 21: Bennett, CU; Robotham, AAU; Shipman, UHH. 20: Chang, BYUH;; Edwards, HPU.
Blocks
63: Diarra, CU. 27: Fricke, NDNU. 24: Ngoundjo, GCU. 22: Kone, AAU. 18: Shipman, UHH. 17: Smith, UHH; Whippy, BYUH.

WOMEN

  W L Pct. GB All
Hawaii Pacific 8 1 .889 -- 14-4
Grand Canyon 6 1 .857 1 18-2
Dixie State 6 1 .857 1 16-2
Hawaii-Hilo 5 5 .500 3 1/2 9-9
NDNU 4 5 .444 4 7-11
Acad. of Art 4 5 .444 4 6-12
Dominican 3 7 .300 5 1/2 5-15
Chaminade 1 6 .143 6 1-13
BYU-Hawaii 1 7 .126 6 1/2 2-15

Last week
Hawaii Pacific 77, BYU-Hawaii 69
Hawaii-Hilo 52, Chaminade 26
BYU-Hawaii 72, Hawaii-Hilo 65
Academy of Art 71, Dominican 60
Grand Canyon 79, Dixie State 71
Notre Dame de Namur 73, Dominican 66

Scoring

    FG 3FG FT Pts Avg
Murphy, GCU   155 62 144 516 25.8
Brown, DSC   101 3 78 283 16.6
Rieben, BYUH   89 57 42 277 16.3
L. Zasly, NDNU   87 23 44 241 16.1
Hurley, UHH   87 0 62 236 15.7
Hill, DSC   93 9 78 273 15.2
K. Zasly, NDNU   76 14 58 24 14.9
Nelson, GCU   108 6 33 255 12.8
Adams, DSC   76 42 31 225 12.5
Hopkins, HPU   84 5 52 225 12.5
Awa-Williams, HPU 79 0 49 207 12.2

Rebounding
    GP Off Def Total Avg.
Hurley, UHH   15 55 104 159 10.6
Mullins, NDNU   18 72 118 190 10.6
Brown, DSC   17 54 123 177 10.4
Nolan, AAU   18 55 119 174 9.7
Buster, HPU   18 59 92 151 8.4
Carlson, DSC   18 33 102 135 7.5
Butler, GCU   20 57 81 138 6.9
Peets, AAU   18 44 67 111 6.2
Schultz, UHH   16 34 61 95 5.9

Field-goal percentage
  GP FB FGA Pct.
Butler, GCU 20 72 111 .649
Hurley, UHH 15 87 141 .617
Carlson, DSC 18 62 107 .579
Hill, DSC 18 93 164 .567
Nolan, AAU 18 82 148 .554
Brown, DSC 17 101 186 .543
Awa-Williams, HPU 17 79 155 .510
Schultz, UHH 16 52 104 .500
Vore, NDNU 18 65 136 .478
Murphy, GCU 20 155 329 .471
Savini, HPU 18 59 129 .457
Gravely, HPU 18 62 139 .446

Assists
  GP No. Avg.
Tompkison, BYUH 15 87 5.8
Nelson, GCU 20 98 4.9
Saia, NDNU 18 63 3.5
Brown, DSC 17 58 3.4
Nolan, AAU 18 58 3.2
Martin, AAU 16 50 3.1
Awa-Williams, HPU 18 52 3.1
Murphy, GCU 20 61 3.1
London, AAU 18 54 3.0
Hill, DSC 18 54 3.0
Huskey, HPU 17 50 2.9
Kirihara, UHH 18 52 2.9
Imai, UHH 18 51 2.8

Free-throw percentage
  GP FT FTA Pct.
Murphy, GCU 20 144 160 .900
Janusch, Dom 19 79 90 .878
Hill, DSC 18 78 90 .867
Smith, GCU 20 51 60 .850
Rieben, BYUH 17 42 51 .824
Imai, UHH 18 46 59 .780
Tompkison, BYUH 15 35 45 .778
Hooper, BYUH 17 36 47 .766
Griggs, AAU 18 44 59 .746
Hopkins, HPU 18 52 70 .743
L.Zasly, NDNU 15 44 60 .733
Vore, NDNU 18 39 54 .722
Awa-Williams, HPU 18 49 68 .721
Rickard, CU 11 23 32 .719
Huskey, HPU 17 46 65 .708

3-point field-goal percentage
  GP 3FG 3FGA Pct
Murphy, GCU 20 62 138 .449
DeRosier, AAU 18 52 137 .380
Rieben, BYUH 17 57 157 .363
Adams, DSC 18 52 116 .362
Janusch, Dom 19 31 88 .352
L.Zasly, NDNU 15 23 66 .348
Dastrup, BYUH 13 17 49 .357
Canencia, CU 14 14 42 .333

3-Point Field Goals
62: Murphy, GCU. 57: Rieben, BYUH. 52: DeRosier, AAU. 42: Adams, DSC. 31: Janusch, Dom. 24: Imai, UHH.

Steals
65: Nelson, GCU. 54: Murphy, GCU. 50: Rieben, BYUH; Hill, Dom. 35: Ahakuelo, CU; London, AAU. 34: Tompkison, BYUH. 33:Awa-Williams, HPU; K. Zasly, NDNU. 32: Ahakuelo, CU; Huskey, HPU.

Blocks
68: Carlson, DSC. 22: Buster, HPU. 17: Hurley, UHH.






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